Many witch clans keep the powers of their young dormant
until the recipient of the power reaches a certain age. In
Juliana O'Farrell's clan, that age is 13 - the same age as
her daughter, Lily. For some reason Lily's powers haven't
manifested. Enter the Hallliwell sisters. But Lily would much
rather sneak out to hang with her rebellious friend Drew.
Could Drew's bad behaviour be related to Lily's missing magic?
It's going to take the Power of Three to get to the bottom
of this adolescent angst...
the Charmed Ones know, it's difficult to adjust to the idea
of having powers and saving innocents - that's one of the
reasons that their Grams bound their powers until the sisters
were ready to receive them. So, maybe that's why the sisters
are so eager to help out - and they do seem a little quick
to take up the challenge.
has taken Lily's magic powers before they have had the opportunity
to manifest themselves properly? Was it an old family enemy,
someone unknown to them, or is Lily's mother being premature
in seeking out the Charmed Ones and asking for their assistance?
Inherit the Witch doesn't have the world's most gripping
opening, Laura J. Burns does know how to draw the reader
into the story and get them hooked quickly. Her characterisation
skills are a beauty to behold. Gortag, the sworn enemy of
Lily's family, is well described and after only a few pages
I had this wonderful image of the world's best pantomime villain.
latest Charmed book is well written, and certainly
one that will appeal to fans of the show.
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